The 400 millionth passenger travelling on a Jet2.com flight to Glasgow, was welcomed at the check-in area by the director of Gran Canaria Airport, Julio Peñalver, and the Jet2.com delegate in the Canary Islands, Antonio Bravo.
Canary Islands airports conclude 2022 with 43.4 million passengers, thus recovering 96.5% of all traffic
The eight Aena airports in the Canary Islands concluded the year 2022 with 43,473,393 passengers, which represents a recovery of 96.5 percent of traffic in relation to the pre-pandemic period, in 2019.
The president of the Canary Islands and the Moroccan consul stress the importance of maintaining the existing good relations
The regional president received Fatiha El Kamouri, the new consul general of the Kingdom of Morocco in the Canary Islands at the Presidency headquarters in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
The Tourism GDP in the Canary Islands in 2021 amounted to €9,420 million, which is 60.4% of the levels before the pandemic (-€6,184 million versus 2019)
The Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Madrid and Catalonia are the four autonomous communities with Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth expected to be above the national average in 2023, as stated in the report by BBVA Research. The two island regions will grow next year by 2.4% and 2.1% respectively, while Madrid will grow by 1.7%